Breakfast by Beaches for Women’s History Month

#TurksandCaicos, March 18, 2021 – Over 80 women recently benefitted from a Women’s Day partnership between Beaches Turks & Caicos and the Gender Affairs Department of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Like entities all over the world, the resort made sure that they did not allow Women’s History Month to slip by without contributing to something special for the women of Providenciales. This took the form of a drive-through breakfast at Butterfield Square.

Among them were elderly women, single mothers and other outstanding women who indeed deserved the breakfast treat. Gender Affairs Officer, Cutella Talbot shared that the gesture was just a way of showing appreciation to the women.

“We chose to do this as a way of showing love and support to the women of our communities. It is a trying time and a lot of women have been working hard day in, day out to make ends meet. We wanted to let them know they are recognized and appreciated and what better way to do it than with a sweet early morning gesture like, breakfast,” she said.

The breakfast items were sponsored by Beaches Turks and Caicos and included delicious treats like: Pancakes, eggs, sausages, croissants, danish and banana bread as well as an assortment of fruits.

“At Beaches, we are big on giving. There is no better feeling in the world than giving back to people who truly deserve it. We are fully aware of the stellar contribution that women make to our company, to our communities and to our society. We didn’t have to think twice about sponsoring an event like this. It was the least we could do for the women of Providenciales who we value so dearly,” shared James McAnally, General Manager at Beaches Turks and Caicos.

The women who showed up were extremely appreciative and grateful for the act of kindness. According to Talbot, the smiles alone were enough to show just how happy these women were.

Release: Beaches

Photo Caption: Beaches Turks and Caicos’ Executive Chef, Colin Watson (left) and General Manager James McAnally (right) is pictured with Gender Officer, Cutella Talbot (centre). 

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